Funny, I am currently in the process of removing Panda Antivirus from all computers in the company.
We've been using Panda AdminSecure for a year (Client/server version), efficiency is in the average. From time to time, on clients...
Fan issue ?
Sounds too much familiar to me, check this long HP forum thread, still undergoing...HP Official Forum
It started with the NC6120, but quickly, owners of other models jumped in : NX6110, NX8220 ...Looks like 2005 series...
Case closed for you if you can bear the fan noise, but not for many other HP customers, see recent posts on the official HP forum.
Most people agree that the first trip point set to 40 C is too low.
BTW, still no fix as of today.
here is the link :HP NC/NX6xxx Fan Issue Thread
Apparently, if you have a Celeron M, you don't have much to expect from HP, and probably your best bet is to upgrade to a Pentium M, as someone did it on this thread.
have personally tested Speedfan and Centrino Control Center on the NX6110, and none is able to control the fan speed, nor has effect on the temp threshold where the fan starts.
Am following closely the thread on the HP official forum....
StriderT, I own a NX6110 Celeron M 350, same problem here.
Either on battery or on AC power, the fan is always on, and the noise is very disturbing for me as I like working in silence. I only hope that HP will come up with a fix for...
And the "Fan issue" applies also to the NX6110 series, since both series are identical, minus a few features for the NX.
Having a NX6110, I am following very closely this HP forum thread, in the hope that HP will come up...